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Grosvenor Hotel
9 Elliot St
The Hoe

Plymouth
Devon

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Situated on the Plymouth Hoe, just a short stroll from the stunning Plymouth Sound and the bustling city centre, this traditional Victorian hotel provides the ideal base for your stays in this historic city.

Having only taken over in mid-September 2008, the new owners, Paul and Lindsey, are waiting to give you a warm welcome into their beautifully located 28-bedroom hotel. The Grosvenor Plymouth is the perfect residence for a wide variety of visitors, whether for work, study, a holiday, visiting family or simply a well earned break, the personal touch and comforts of the hotel will certainly ensure an enjoyable stay. Centrally located in Plymouth, the South West’s largest city, the Grosvenor Plymouth is conveniently positioned for easy access to the ferry port (0.4 km); railway station and university (0.6 km); and Plymouth Airport (4 km). For moments of relaxation the hotel offers a guest lounge, complete with a 37-inch plasma TV, free unlimited wireless broadband internet access and a fully-stocked licensed bar.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 28
Number Ensuite: 28

Price per Person

Double: £25
Twin: £25
Single: £35
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided - Bar
Licensed
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Tourist Board Inspected
TV in Rooms

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